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Financial Health Barometer Retirement Infographic

Aussies contribute less to their super but expect to retire younger. How do you stack up?
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Tips to be happier no matter your age

Why are some Aussies able to maintain their wellbeing while others are prone to stress and discontent?
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Financial Health Barometer Happiness Infographic

They say money doesn't buy happiness and we've got the proof! The happiest Australians earn between $80,001 - $100,000 per year. Find out more below.

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Financial Health Barometer Happiness Report

Did you know, mates and money are what make Australians happiest? Find out the top three drivers of happiness for Aussies in RaboDirect's Financial Health Barometer Happiness Report.
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Millennials: Do you have enough super to retire early?

Early retirement is something that many Australian Millennials dream of, but just how achievable is this vision?
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Changes to super rules – what this means for your SMSF’s cash

Next financial year, big changes are on their way to super – with the tax-free nature of parts of the super system to be limited. The government has changed the way that superannuation pensions, and transition to retirement pensions (TRIPs), are treated. Read more


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Make the most of your SMSF cash allocation

From 1 July 2017, the amount of concessional (before-tax) contributions a person can make to their super in a year will be $25,000. However, people with less than $500,000 in their super accounts will be allowed to make catch-up concessional contributions from 1 July 2018.
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How to prevent personal fraud this Christmas

Learn how to protect yourself, your finances and your security with these insights into the latest security and fraud trends.
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Treat your SMSF cash as an investment - and diversify it

Savvy SMSFs operate a savings account in addition to their cash management account, ensuring that all of their cash assets are working as hard as possible. The cash management account should hold cash for paying the costs of running the SMSF, with the remainder eg. monthly superannuation guarantee (SG) contributions held in the savings account. 
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